Twenty-six CVUSD schools recognized for implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Support
Twenty-six Chino Valley Unified School District schools have been recognized as PBIS Schools, with each school earning themselves bronze, silver, and gold medals from the CA PBIS Coalition for their implementation of positive behavior interventions and supports at their campuses during the 2018-2019 school year!
A well-deserved recognition goes to Walnut Avenue Elementary, Liberty Elementary and Lyle S. Briggs Fundamental School for being three schools to earn a Gold medal. Anna A. Borboa Fundatmental Elementary, Butterfield Ranch Elementary, Canyon Hills Junior High, Country Springs Elementary, Doris Dickson Elementary, E.J. Marshall Elementary, Eagle Canyon Elementary, Edwin Rhodes Elementary, Gerald F. Litel Elementary, Hidden Trails Elementary, Howard Cattle Elementary, Levi H. Dickey Elementary, Magnolia Junior High, Michael G. Wickman Elementary, Newman Elementary, Oak Ridge Elementary, Ramona Junior High, Robert O. Townsend Junior High, Rolling Ridge Elementary, and Woodcrest Junior High Schools earned a Silver medal. Cal Aero Preserve Academy, Chino High School, and Don Antonio Lugo High Schools earned a Bronze medal.
PBIS is a systems-based, multi-tiered framework that aims to help improve academics, reduce problem behavior, increase attendance, reduce bullying, and improve social and emotional competency of students. Both students and teachers benefit greatly from these practices in positive ways, such as positive school climates, the ensured safety within our schools, encouraged good behavior, and positive student educator relationships. Every gold, silver, and bronze medal that has been earned is indicative of each one of our school’s hard work and commitment toward implementing PBIS. Chino Valley Unified School District schools will continue to work towards their goals of implementing PBIS, through ensuring positive school climates, teaching students positive social expectations, acknowledging positive behavior, providing consistent consequences for problem behavior, and maximizing academic achievement during the 2018-2019 school year.